The Girl Scouts Spirit of Nebraska council is divided into 73 service units. Service units are led by experienced, dedicated volunteers who support and serve girls, troops, and volunteers in their area and lead local recruitment efforts.
Service unit volunteers meet throughout the year to share ideas, receive training, and talk about important announcements. They also organize events like community-wide service projects, summer day camps, cookie rallies, celebrations, ceremonies, and more!
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As the Service Unit Manager, you supervise all the volunteers in your service unit. By supporting the responsibilities of each volunteer role, you keep your service running like a well-oiled ship! Ultimately, your work results in amazing experiences for Girl Scouts in your geographic area.
ACCESS TO LOOKER
With the goal of providing more effective support to service units, Girl Scouts Spirit of Nebraska is providing you with access to Looker, our new online membership reporting tool. You will now have access to rosters, troop and member information, with near real-time access, so you can take advantage of having the information when you need it.
To gain access to Looker, please complete the following training and user agreement.
As a Recruitment Coordinator, your efforts make it possible for girls in your community to be a Girl Scout. You organize events that get girls and families excited about Girl Scouts, allow them to speak to a person to help start the join process, and help them get ready for the new Girl Scout year. By recruiting adult volunteers and girls, you help us reach our membership goals—something we couldn’t do without you!
As a School Liaison, you’ll serve as the connection and advocate for Girl Scouts at the assigned school(s). This includes partnering with Council staff and volunteers to increase visibility and knowledge of the Girl Scout program with girls and parents at the school.
As an Event Coordinator, you supervise the fun, safety, risk management, and adherence to policies for events in your service unit.
As a New Leader Mentor, you help orient new troop leaders to their role. You are their local contact and, sometimes, the first Girl Scout volunteer they speak with. By being a new troop leader’s go-to person throughout the year, you make it easier for them to provide an amazing Girl Scout experience to girls.
As a Treasurer, you manage service unit finances and supervise troops in earning and managing their money. By properly managing finances, you take a lead role in modeling and teaching proper money management for troop leaders and girls.
As a Service Unit Delegate, you help shape and drive the governance of Girl Scouts Spirit of Nebraska. You are a voting member at the Annual Meeting and you serve as the primary communication between your local Girl Scout members, community networks, and Spirit of Nebraska’s Board of Directors. Alternate delegates are not voting members but take the primary delegate’s position should they resign.